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Hi Frank! I have quite a lot and I am assuming you have seen my papers (including one with Christine Wilson) on the chromosomes. My material is all in the NHM in London and I won’t be able to access it before April. All the best, Robert.


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Subject: [EXT] Melinopterus from North and South Dakota


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Hi all,


I am working on a short note on Aphodius/Melinopterus prodromus, a European immigrant dung beetle species, in North and South Dakota, USA. If anybody has Melinopterus specimens (whatever species - prodromus, femoralis, consentaneus) from the Dakotas, please let me know. I might like to see them. Thanks.





Dr. Frank-Thorsten Krell


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